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  • 1 Oct 2015
    • Fiscal decentralisation reinforces Slovak RLGs' credit strength
      Slovakia will from January 2016 increase the share of personal income tax revenues allocated to regional and local governments (RLGs) to 100%, a credit positive for the sector. The adjustment will nearly double RLGs' gross operating balances to 14% of operating revenue by 2018, and will enhance their discretionary spending capacity. The move is the final stage in a programme of fiscal decentralisation which has increased the sector's financial autonomy…Full Report
  • 28 Sep 2015
    • Johannesburg’s substantial capex commitment to reverse liquidity improvement
      The City of Johannesburg’s substantial capital expenditure programme, which will total ZAR100 billion ($7 billion) by 2022, risks reversing the city’s recently improved liquidity. The city projects that its cash reserves will fall by 25% in 2015 as it funds 42% of planned capex from its own resources. As a result, its ability to meet its funding commitments will depend in part on whether it can improve its revenue collection rates.... Full Report
  • 16 Sep 2015
    • New South Wales outpaces Western Australia as boom fades
      Slower growth in resource-hungry China and weaker mining investment have reversed the fortunes of Australia’s states, favouring diverse, domestically-oriented economies such as NSW over commodity export-based ones such as WA. The change is credit positive for NSW as it will help it narrow its budget deficit, but the impact on WA is credit negative as it will hamper efforts to balance its budget and could widen its deficits...Full Report
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